here, there, everywhere: teaching in 2018

(photos by Studio Scrivo)

i generally take the months of january and february “off” from teaching, mainly because of the unpredictable weather here in upstate New York. it gives me time to hibernate and catch up on all that gets pushed back during the holiday market season, and to plan my teaching schedule for the year ahead. 2018 is looking pretty busy! i’ve posted my nailed-down gigs on my teaching page, and so far i’m coming to Virginia, Massachusetts, Vermont, Colorado, Maine, and New Hampshire! some of these are already sold out, so if you see something that interests you, don’t wait to nab your spot.

of course you can find me most often here in the Hudson Valley/Catskills area of NY where i live, and i’m so pleased to have ongoing relationships with several lovely spaces in different corners of these parts, most notably Drop Forge & Tool in Hudson and Fiber on Main in Hurleyville. Both are super cute towns, worthy of a day-trip or weekend getaway. and for my super-local Ulster county peeps, i’m now running my own classes at RosenSpace in Rosendale, and — breaking news — at my own new studio space in Kerhonkson. details on those coming soon!

4 Comments

  1. Cal:

    What would it take to get you to come to Michigan for a class or two?

  2. Hello. I purchased a sewing machine for my daughter. Would like lessons for her.
    Thank you. Lloyd

  3. hi lloyd, a little more information would be helpful. where do you live? have you checked my teaching page? how old is your daughter? send me an email if you’d like to discuss further. thanks!

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